As the stock market continues to swoon and economic forecasts turn more ominous, a growing number of bankers are beginning to heed alarms from regulators about deteriorating credit quality.

Risk-management practices have made more headlines in recent months than at any time since the early 1990s, when many banks struggled to stem rampant loan defaults.

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